Tales of gumptious wit, describing the twists and turns of India’s 200-year relationship with the imperial British, 'Freedom Fables' by Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain brings tales that explore the political state of the country. Translated from its Bengali original by Kalyani Dutta, this book will leave you pondering over truths of our past.
Lord Shiva epitomizes balance in his life choices, because not only is he Mahayogi, an ascetic, he is also Shankara, the beneficent married one. He balances two opposites. Shiva is a householder ; a loved and cherished husband and a much-admired father. Shiva does not abstain from the bliss of family. He is Sarvabhogin, that is, one who enjoys all pleasures.
Shiva Is an ideal husband. He treats his wife Parvati with great love and respect. He not only made her an inseparable part of him but also ensured that she would receive an equal honour, by giving her a place to sit by his side, which many Hindu men and even gods like Shri Vishnu and Brahma do not consider necessary. Which means if there is one deity who truly deserves our love and respect, and who represents today's values, it is Shiva.
Shiva loves his family and children as much as he loves his devotees. He also has an extended family of gods and ganas, who are very fond of him and who love to spend their time in his company. Which means one can learn from Shiva about family values, and the importance of loving and caring relationships.
Nandi is the vehicle of Lord Shiva. Nandi is the bearer of truth and righteousness. Each Hindu god has their own vahana that they use in war or in peacetime. Each of these vehicles stand for specific qualities that are consistent with the deity’s image & functions.
Nandi signifies strength, load bearing capacity and virility. Given that Shiva didn’t have to fight fierce battles or travel quickly between the worlds (he spent most time meditating) he didn’t have to choose for a more agile vahana similar to Shri Vishnu’s Garuda. Given that bulls were the main form of transportation in rural India, it made perfect sense for Shiva – who is the most down to earth & connected with rural India – to take a form that was close to the people.!! 🔱🐂🔱 Jai Shiva Shakti Parivar ~ Jai Nandishwaraya Namah 🔱🐂🔱
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